Pathways Hospice is looking for volunteers. Hospice volunteers support patients and loved ones with life-limiting illness in a variety of ways, such as companionship to patients, respite for caregivers, and administrative tasks. To become a volunteer, you need to be caring and compassionate, have 1-3 hours per week, and to complete a virtual training course combined with in-house training. For more information, contact Meaghan Chapman, Volunteer Coordinator, at 617-221-9349 or email MChapman@pathwaysllc.com.
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Open to D23s, IS23s and Postdocs: Be Recognized for your Community Service and Civic Engagement!
Each year, approximately about 20+ TUSDM graduating students and post docs are awarded the Honos Civiucs award for their contribution to Community Service during their time at Tufts. These students are inducted into the Honos Read more…